by Brooke Bosca | Top Right News
Americans were stunned last night to see brutal video of a White, mentally disabled teen being brutally tortured, degraded, and taunted with racial slurs and anti-Trump invective.
All day long as it became obvious to all that this was a 2-day long, vicious hate crime, the White House remained silent. The only comment out of Obama’s spokeman Josh Earnest was — incredibly — to say it was “too early to tell if this was a hate crime.”
But we have heard absolutely nothing from the same president who leaped to inject himself into the Trayvon Martin case, saying he could have been my “son” before any of the facts were in. The same president who met with Ferguson riot leaders and repeated the “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot” phrase that was later proven a lie.
But we heard nothing from Obama about this brutal, racist beating of a White boy in his hometown of Chicago.
Until now. Obama just spoke out on the kidnapping and assault, and many almost wish he hadn’t.
Obama used the video to actually say race relations have “gotten better” on his watch, and one CNN analyst said Obama even seemed to blame “overall, or White racism” for the actions of the 4 Black assailants.
However you slice it, his comments are leaving many people shaking their heads:
— ABC News (@ABC) January 5, 2017
I promise you, for the most part, race relations have gotten better. But I think what we have seen over the last several years, when it comes to tensions between police and communities, the internet, the horrific hate crimes that we appear to have seen on Facebook. So part of what technology allows us to see now is the terrible toll that racism and discrimination and hate takes on families and communities,” he added. “But that’s part of how we learn and how we get better. We don’t benefit from pretending that racism doesn’t exist and hate doesn’t exist.”
No specific condemnation of the perps, as he did (falsely) in Florida and Ferguson, before any facts were in. Here, they did it all on video, yet Obama talks in generalities about “racism’s toll.”
The four suspects, who have since been identified and charged with multiple felonies and hate crimes, were heard on video shouting “f*** Donald Trump” and “f*** white people” as they tortured the victim, 18 year old special needs teen Austin Hilbourn. He was bound with duct tape, beaten, forced to drink from a dirty toilet, clothing cut off, was scalped, while being forced to utter vile anti-White slurs and insults to Donald Trump.
Reaction on Twitter was instant, and fierce…
— Dindu Nuffin (@DinduNuffinnX2) January 5, 2017
— Jew on the Right (@eudaimonia76) January 6, 2017
Obama called the #BLMKidnapping despicable, but then says racial tensions are not getting worse. From the man that has divided this country
— 🇺🇸Courtney🇺🇸🦅 (@courtney72288) January 6, 2017
— 1/4 Giants vs GB (@NelsonGafanha) January 6, 2017
— Cher Cooper (@CherCooper2) January 6, 2017
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